Ratings based on 4 Verified Reviews

They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
3.0 out of 5
4.8 Room cleanliness
3.5 Service & staff
2.2 Room comfort
3.8 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
We double-checked.
3 out of 5
Recommended
by Regular hotel traveller

Strangest hotel I've ever stayed in....

Posted Oct 24, 2012 on Hotels.com
Using the phrase "Hotel & Spa" really is a bit of a stretch. This hotel is basically a handful of rooms above a nail salon; I think that's why they use the "spa" tag in the name. After the initial shock of finding that I wasn't in a "proper hotel", I was very pleasantly surprised when I saw the room which was fully equipped with dishwasher, washing machine etc and an amazing shower. This was soon set aside however when I took a seat on the bed which can only be described as the hardest mattress ever made. I have travelled in Asia and slept on some firm mattresses but it is impossible to describe just how hard the mattress is....when I went to bed it actually felt like I was lying on the floor. At one point I got up to double-check that there actually was a mattress and I wasn't just lying on concrete. Without a doubt, the worse nights sleep I have ever had. With a normal mattress this could be a little gem, but when you can't even sleep at night due to the firmness of the mattress then I'm afraid it's a no from me......
4 out of 5
Recommended
for Business Travelers
by David

Belle cour hotel and spa?

Posted Oct 7, 2012 on Hotels.com
Good room, very firm bed. Clean modern well presented. Reception basic along with entrance. Good free WiFi. Location central but felt a bit iffy at night.
2 out of 5
by Matchstick from London

Beds matter

Posted Feb 3, 2012
Pros: Everything other than the bed
Cons: The bed
Location: Good, once you get your bearings
The hardest beds in Christendom. Everything else was good. Not ok if you can't walk up three flights of stairs.
3 out of 5
by A verified traveler from london UK

The world’s hardest bed

Posted Jan 24, 2012 on Hotels.com
The world’s hardest bed. We had to check under the sheets to make sure that there was a mattress, it looked brand new, we gave it a chance and it turned out to be one of the worst night sleeps I have had in a hotel. On the plus side every thing was clean tidy and looks brand new, I am sure we were the first people to stay there as the bedside lamp was not properly put together and there were still the instruction inside the microwave. The wires hanging out of the ceiling above the beds from one of the missing light fitting were a bit concerning, but out of most peoples reach. This is not a typical hotel and I am not sure I would call it one. It was like staying in someone’s nice new one bedroom flat. There was a fully functioning kitchen (cooker, fridge/freezer & washing machine) along with Tea and Coffee. It was a pity there were no cups to drink it from. The entertainment equipment (TV’s I pod dock Wi-Fi) was good and worked well once I turned the TV. The lack of normal hotel facilities (telephone and more surprisingly hair dryer) along with only 2 towels detracted from the published 4 star rating. All rooms and I believe there only 6 are accessed via fairly steep narrow stairs (hopefully the wet paint that my wife got on her coat is now dry) so if you are a bit uneasy on you feet this accommodation is not for you. The reference to the Spa is because all the room are above the Spa that is owned and operated by the same people; it’s not a Spa hotel. Value for money was fine if you don’t want the typical hotel bits but want somewhere with a good location and nice new furniture, providing they sort that bed out.